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Disability Social Care Childrens Direct Payments (Local Offer)

Disability Social Care Direct Payments for Children and Young People 0 – 18  Direct Payments are a flexible way of organising and managing support. If your child or young adult is eligible for support from the Disability Social Care 0-25 Service you can ask for Direct Payments.…

Adult Social Care for young people aged 18 plus (Local Offer)

Support from adult social care When you are over 18 years old any social care support you might need is organised by adult social care. If you have been getting care and support from children's social care services, you may be eligible for support from…

Information and Advice (Adults)

Information and Advice Peterborough City Council is committed to developing and providing good quality information and advice for existing and future users of our services and their carers and families.  You can find lots of useful information here on the Peterborough Information Network. We will…

Compliments and Complaints (Local Offer)

We want to high standards of service. You can help us to do this by telling us when we do something right or when things go wrong. If you want to make a compliment or complaint, please first contact the organisation or service direct. They…

Staying independent (Adults)

Living independently - for longer Most people over the age of 85 are able to remain living independently in their own homes in Peterborough. There are lots of things you can do remain living independently in the community for as long as possible. This page …

Compliments, comments and complaints (Adults)

Adult Social Care compliments, comments and complaints Peterborough City Council is committed to providing high standards of service. You can help us to do this by telling us when we do something right or when things go wrong. Most complaints can be resolved locally, by…

End of life care (Adults)

Planning for the future End of life care refers to health care of those with a terminal condition which has become advanced, progressive and incurable. People often want to spend their last days at home and this is usually possible with the right planning and support.…

Dementia (Adults)

Dementia If you are concerned that a family member has dementia, the first step is to arrange for them to see a GP.  The word dementia describes a set of symptoms that may include memory loss and difficulties with thinking, problem-solving or language. Dementia is…

Paying for your care in a care home (Adults)

Paying for your care in a care home Paying for residential care in a care home is expensive. If you are considering a care home you will need to consider how much this will cost, how it will be funded and what will happen if…

Stay warm this winter - information about energy support (Adults/Local Offer)

Practical information to help you manage electricity and gas bills This page has lots of useful information on financial support and local support to help you stay warm this winter. You can also find tips and hints on the government website Help for Households.